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Thank you dkoellerwx for this information. So my question would be whether T-Mobile has installed a separate rack with their b2/b66 (and 71?) equipment or if this is coming from another location altogether, and if another location altogether, it still seems as though it would be very close to the State Farm site. If you are able to drive around the site it might lead to more clarity; otherwise I believe I will be able to do so in a couple weeks' time and gain more information. Will respect your judgment for the time being and refrain from setting any pin. -nelsonjw
Thank you dkoellerwx for this information. So my question would be whether T-Mobile has installed a separate rack with their b2/b66 (and 71?) equipment or if this is coming from another location altogether, and if another location altogether, it still seems as though it would be very close to the State Farm site. If you are able to drive around the site it might lead to more clarity; otherwise I believe I will be able to do so in a couple weeks' time and gain more information. Will respect your judgment for the time being and refrain from setting any pin. -nelsonjw
That isn't what the permit called for and isn't what we've observed on any of the other conversions in Omaha or Lincoln. They'll typically keep the Sprint B25 equipment and remove the B26 and B41 equipment while adding T-Mobile B2/66/71 and L/NR 41 on to the existing rack. I've gone ahead and re pinned the site as someone did hit it again yesterday with the strongest signal yet indicating it probably is indeed this site. Deleting the erroneous sector that went all the way past Lincoln to the East also helped. I too will try and get done there if neither of you beat me as the behavior of this site with it still broadcasting multiple Sprint bands is abnormal. We know of one additional site in Omaha that has equipment installed that I would expect to start broadcasting at any time right now as well as what other sites are currently permitted for conversion in both Omaha and Lincoln.
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